There’s a new restaurant on the Grand Strand that’s ideal for people in town on a Myrtle Beach golf trip.
The Tilted Kilt, a national chain that opened locally last summer at Broadway at the Beach, has quickly become the place to be, especially for those who like hot food, cold beer and sports on TV.
“It’s the ultimate man cave,” said general manager Michael Ford. “We’ve got 50 big-screen TVs with all the sports, all the (NFL) games, and we’ve got more than 40 draft beers. What more can you want?”
Loosely translated, Tilted Kilt is “Irish Hooters.”
Chicken wings are a staple at the old-world pub/eatery, as are a plethora of appetizers, such as nachos, potato skins and garlic cheese fries. The Kilt also offers an array of salads for healthier eaters.
But save room for the sandwiches, which include the Tilted Kilt’s spin on the (French) Irish Dip and the Scottish (Philly) Cheesesteak. Burgers are also a specialty, especially the 10-ounce “Big Arse” Burger.
Popular entrees include the Danny Boy’s Shepherds Pie, the Gaelic Chicken and Chef Flannery’s Steak.
It’s classic man food, rich and filling, and it can all be washed down by a full bar and wide beer selection.
In addition to the many beers on tap, the Tilted Kilt stocks liquors from around the world to suit all tastes.
The large bar seats dozens of patrons while the spacious dining room is surrounded by TVs on all sides, making it an ideal destination for Myrtle Beach golf groups. But the best seats in the house are on the covered deck overlooking the lake at Broadway at the Beach.
But the outdoor scenery can’t compare to the eye-catching waitresses who deliver the food, drink and cheer.
Ford calls them “the girls next door,” which begs the questions “Where exactly does he live?” And “Are there any other houses for sale?” The waitresses are flirty and friendly and add to the fun atmosphere.
It all adds up to the perfect place to visit during your Myrtle Beach golf trip without flying to the UK.